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NMSU Extension faculty participating in nationwide student health research Photo of man at a computer

New Mexico State University is one of several schools participating in the USDA grant-funded Fruved project based at the University of Tennessee, but NMSU researchers are hoping to use some of the data to determine how healthy NMSU students are.

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Two scholarships honoring Cervantes matriarch support local ag, nursing students Six young women standing around their grandmother.

Two scholarships memorializing one of the Mesilla Valley’s most distinguished female leaders will now honor two local students pursuing agricultural and nursing aspirations at New Mexico State University.

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Scholarship program supported by family’s love of their daughter gives hope to students A woman and a man from the waist with trees in the background

New Mexico State University alumna Elizabeth Ayres Pollard had a passion for theatre arts and heart full of compassion for students facing challenges.

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New agent joins NMSU’s Lincoln County Cooperative Extension Service Two women in front of a sign

With an extensive background in agriculture and education, Melanie Gutierrez has joined New Mexico State University’s Lincoln County Cooperative Extension Service as agent and program director.

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Arrowhead Center at NMSU hosts successful Innovation Summit Men at a table

Small businesses from as far away as Maryland and California gathered at the Albuquerque Convention Center on Dec. 13 to learn about the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs and how their innovations and technologies can be delivered to the Department of Defense.

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NMSU to host winter greens field day at Alcalde Jan. 19 Man picking green plants

ALCALDE – Passive heating in low-cost high tunnels, also commonly referred to as hoop houses, allows growers to produce winter greens such as spinach, kale and lettuce during the winter months in northern New Mexico.

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Student Success Center at NMSU provides resources to help students Two women and a man (left) stand near a computer lab

Preparing for graduate school can be a daunting task. For Luis Mata, it was a relief when he realized assistance was available at New Mexico State University’s Student Success Center.

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NMSU’s 54th Quality Concrete School set for January

New Mexico State University’s Engineering New Mexico Resource Network will hold the 54th annual Samuel P. Maggard Quality Concrete School in collaboration with the New Mexico Ready Mix Concrete and Aggregates Association Jan. 12-13 on the NMSU Las Cruces campus.

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Aggie Cupboard fights hunger with new support from NMSU Seven people standing with a giant check.

A major resource to New Mexico State University, focused on battling food insecurities, collected a $9,000 gift to aid in the fight from the NMSU Foundation this week.

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New Mexico Space Grant Consortium Graduate Fellowships and Undergraduate Scholarships

The New Mexico Space Grant Consortium (NMSGC) at New Mexico State University this month awarded eight New Mexico State University, College of Engineering students with Research Scholarships/Fellowships for the Spring 2018 and Fall 2018 semesters totaling $65,000.

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New Mexico Space Grant Consortium Graduate Fellowships and Undergraduate Scholarships

New Mexico Space Grant Consortium (NMSGC) at New Mexico State University this month awarded 14 New Mexico State University, College of Arts and Sciences students with Undergraduate Research Scholarships or Graduate Research Fellowships for the Spring 2018 and Fall 2018 semesters totaling $115,000.

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NMSU experts to make presentations on pistachio cultivation Feb. 2 Pistachio nuts on a tree

Experts from New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will gather in Otero County for a pistachio workshop Friday, Feb. 2.

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NMSU Extension program encourages Navajo families to raise backyard gardens Four women standing by a table with ears of corn displayed

GALLUP – When driving north from Gallup on U.S. 491 to Shiprock, passing through the barren, arid terrain, it is hard to imagine fields of corn, squash and beans, and fruit trees thriving in this corridor of northwestern New Mexico and the Navajo Nation’s eastern region.

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Vintage Aggies: NMSU super-fan Betty Meerscheidt let her fun flag fly – bloomers and all Woman, seated, holds a flag.

A fixture at New Mexico State University games, Betty Meerscheidt was known to Aggie fans for waving her giant NMSU flag, which included a pair of red bloomers with black lacy fringe, from her seat behind the scorer’s table at the Pan American Center.

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Company develops innovative wild horse feeding stations with help from NMSU’s Arrowhead Center Horses eating feed

Roch Hart is a third-generation New Mexican with a deep, genuine appreciation for the land and its expansive mountains, desert and scrub, and the petroglyphs that adorn far reaches of the private, 20,000-acre ranch he manages. Hart recognizes that preservation is the key to maintaining New Mexico’s land heritage.

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NMSU biology professor leads research into bark beetle defense Bark beetle on a piece of wood

An assistant professor in New Mexico State University’s Department of Biology recently published an article detailing the effects bark beetles have on trees, the economy and what characteristics are important in preventing bark beetle damage.

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NMSU, NM Hay Association to host annual hay, forage conference in Ruidoso Jan. 17-19 Combine cutting brown forage

Irrigation efficiencies and pest management will highlight the 2018 Southwest Hay and Forage Conference Jan. 17-19 at the Ruidoso Convention Center in Ruidoso.

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NM State Aggie Football wants you to Make a STATEment

After 57 years and a dose of déjà vu, the New Mexico State University Aggies will take on a familiar opponent in their first bowl game appearance since 1960. A decades-old rematch against Utah State at the NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl in Tucson in a couple weeks takes us back in time almost to the day on December 31, 1960, when the NM State Aggies captured a 20-13 win.

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NMSU civil engineers design one-of-a-kind award-winning bridge A two-lane highway bridge over a canal

The two-lane bridge on NM 186 crossing the La Union Canal in Anthony, New Mexico, may not look any different than other bridges. Yet NM Bridge No. 9706, built this past spring is, in fact, a very unique structure that recently earned New Mexico State University civil engineering Associate Professor Brad Weldon the New Mexico Chapter American Concrete Institute’s 2017 Excellence in Concrete Award.

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Cybill Shepherd, Pam Grier to appear at 2018 Las Cruces International Film Festival Head and shoulders of a woman with blonde hair

Stars of the film selected as the Opening Night Film for the Las Cruces International Film Festival will be guests at the 2018 Las Cruces International Film Festival, which runs March 7-11.

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